Re: [DML] Re: What to call the Scuba Show... Diving for Deloreans?
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Re: [DML] Re: What to call the Scuba Show... Diving for Deloreans?

cbl1739 wrote:

>True,This would be more like finding relics from time past,but would
>also be helpful in seeing what 20 plus years of underwater does to
>stainless steel,but like any relic recovered from the waters of any
>nations shores,there might be a problem with ownership,and knowing
>the British Government,they might make a big stink over retrieving
>something that they never want in any way recovered,most likely
>it/they would have to be dumped right back INTO the bay,so as not to
>cause any problems,with the previous owners/British Government.
There most likly wouldn't be a probem with ownership since the fact the
dies were sold off as scrap to a fishery to be used as anchors for fish
farm nets. So unless the fish farm is still in operation, there would be
no owners to complain.  If the fish farm is still in operation though,
they probably wouldn't like people going and pulling up their net
anchors. Who knows what the british government would say. That would
depend on how many powermongers that were around back then still held
office, and how much bad blood was truely still flowing. However I can't
see them causing much fuss about it. Especially since it's unlikly that
both ALL the dies could be located again, and that they'd be in any
condition to ever be used once more if they were located and surfaced.


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